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Replacement Bushings for Mustang II Upper Control Arms
Replacement Bushings for Mustang II Upper Control Arms

Replacement Bushings for Mustang II Upper Control Arms

Universal Fit, Rubber Bushing Material, 1.66" Overall Length, .65" Inside Diameter, Steel

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Replacement Bushings for Mustang II Upper Control Arms
Replacement Bushings for Mustang II Upper Control Arms
Replacement Bushings for Mustang II Upper Control Arms
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Replacement Bushings for Mustang II Upper Control Arms
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Bushing Material:
Rubber
Overall Length:
1.66"
Inside Diameter:
.65"
Outside Diameter:
1.20"
Material Type:
Steel
MFG. Part #:
91034005
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Pair

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These are replacement bushings for our tubular, MII upper control arms. Bushings are constructed of quality rubber for durability.

  • Overall Length: 1.66"
  • Inside Diameter: .65"
  • Outside Diameter: 1.20"
  • Sold as pair

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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